School Uniform

Following consultation with parents it was agreed that all children are expected to wear the school uniform as this helps them to develop a sense of belonging and to help minimize cost.

The school dress policy takes account of the religious and cultural needs of all children.

Your child needs to come in full school uniform every day unless it is PPA day – your child’s teacher will inform you of this day.

Year 6 pupils earn a black jumper at the start of the year in recognition of being good role models and adhering to our school behaviour policy.

School uniform is a grey or black skirt and/or trousers. Leggings are not appropriate.

A green sweat shirt and fleece with the school logo should be worn with a white polo shirt.

Any hair bands, head covering (i.e. hijab) should be green or black and no jewellery should be worn, unless your child wears studs.

Black shoes with black soles should be worn with no trims on them

PE kit is black shorts with a white top and black track suits can be worn when it is cold. Hair needs to be tied back. (If you already have white shorts your child can still wear them but we will be phasing these out in 2021 -2022).

All uniform, PE kit and lunchboxes should be named.

To see where to purchase uniform and the price list, please click here.

Please ensure all items of clothing are labelled with your child’s name, and then renamed after washing.

We respectfully ask that there are no lines, shapes or words in hair styles or eyebrows, nor Mohican type haircuts. Hair extensions colours should match the child’s own hair.

Nail varnish and make-up are not allowed. Parents may be asked to collect their child to remove this at home.

Your support of our dress code is greatly appreciated. In signing the Home-School agreement you demonstrate your commitment in supporting our school community.


Year 5 children only

  • One-piece swimsuits
  • Swimming caps for pupils with long hair